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Description - Goblin at the Zoo by Victor Kelleher

Blither and blather ... Gibblewort the miserable Irish goblin is back!

Blither and blather ... Gibblewort the miserable Irish goblin is back!

When Gibblewort wakes up at the zoo, he thinks he's in deepest, darkest Africa. So he squeezes his way into a nice, safe cage - only to find he's become the object of affection for a female chimpanzee! Every time Gibblewort manages to escape her clutches, he finds himself being thrown, kicked, tossed, shaken and even electrocuted back into the chimps' enclosure ... and Daisy's long hairy arms! How is everyone's favourite nasty little goblin going to get out of this one?

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781864719536
ISBN-10: 1864719532
Format: Paperback / softback
(198mm x 131mm x 6mm)
Pages: 80
Imprint: Random House Australia Children's Books
Publisher: Random House Australia
Publish Date: 1-Jan-2010
Country of Publication: Australia

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Author Biography - Victor Kelleher

VICTOR KELLEHER was born in London and came to Australia in 1976 via Africa and New Zealand. After an academic career he now writes both children's and adults' novels full-time. His novels for Random House Australia include JOHNNY WOMBAT, TO THE DARK TOWER, DEL-DEL and BEYOND THE DUSK. Victor has been shortlisted for many awards including the Australian Children's Book of the Year Award and the Australian Science Fiction Achievement Award. He remains one of Australia's most celebrated authors. STEPHEN MICHAEL KING left school to pursue a career in nothing much. Trying to emulate Vincent Van Gogh, he twice dropped out of art school, eventually finding a job that suited him as a children s library assistant. After three years hanging out in the mind of a child, he moved into the serious world of the Walt Disney Sydney studios, before having his first book published - a how to draw cartoon animals book. His first picture book, THE MAN WHO LOVED BOXES, was the winner of the Australian Family Therapists Award and was selected for Pick of the List (US). He has been shortlisted several times for the Children s Book Council Book of the Year Awards and won both the 2002 YABBA and KOALA

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